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Re:Re: Is it possible let child-frame not hide the mode-line and minibuf
Re:Re: Is it possible let child-frame not hide the mode-line and minibuffer out
Mon, 5 Feb 2018 15:53:40 +0800 (CST)
I have re-read the elisp documents and found it is not a problem :-), sorry for disturb...
A positive integer always relates the left edge of the frame
to the left edge of its display or parent frame. A negative
integer relates the right frame edge to the right edge of the
display or parent frame.
At 2018-02-04 18:02:03, "martin rudalics" <address@hidden> wrote:
> > but I think the below result is more useful when I move a child-frame to
> > (0 . -1)
>We should not inhibit placement there just as we allow a frame to hide
>the taskbar of the window manager on the desktop. But we could
>provide a parameter for child frames that would, if set, accomplish
>Could you try coding such a thing? The value to be added in the
>y-direction should account for the internal border width of the frame,
>the height of the minibuffer, a vertical window divider and the height
>of the mode line if these are set. In the x-direction we then should
>probably avoid hiding the internal border as well. And we probably
>should disable the effect of this if it would cause the child frame to
>no more fit into its parent at the top or the right.